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(4)I should have mentioned that the image is an animated GIF. If you download it and open it, it will cycle between two aligned images that are 5 minutes apart.
(16)Dean You should only have to set the time when you power up. The time and date are retained in memory as long as there is power to the mount. Bryan ... John,
(5)I’d somewhat lost contact with Thad in recent years, but he was one of the charter members and a driving force in this group. ☹ Rod Mollise Contributing
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(3)Rod, Ah, ok, now I understand. That was in plain English" Dean
(8)Vito, I finally got around to reading the article, and it is a nice one, the conclusion at the end is concise. Dean
(24)Bottom line? 1. For the polar alignment star if possible always use a star due south and near the Celestial Equator or lower. 2. Following the ASPA polar
(13)That sounds about right. I’ve cleaned mine 3 times. I do dust it though. From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Friday,
(61)Thank you for all your inputs and suggestions. I went to Harbor Freight. The female at the counter had no idea what I was talking about. Neither did the
(21)That’s a good solution if you need the current capacity. If not, if you’re, say, just running a mount and dew heaters, a jumpstart battery is a lighter and
(6)It will only draw as many amps as it needs. I have used mine with a 6 amp supply and a 500 milliamperes supply. The big supply is overkill but as long as
(9)Thanks everyone for the detailed info! Very helpful! Dave
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